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Richard1062
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Our LLND wants our adult daughter to take this series. Has anyone had success with it?
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I'm curious about this, too. Anyone taken this series? I'm just about to embark on this next adventure and I've heard very little.
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I want to know too.
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I did. I don't know how severe my mycoplasma pneumonia was. I did an Asyra reading & it came up as being something to treat. So the practitioner suggested I try it.

I was actually experimenting with the LightWorks at the time so I "ingested" some of the series by using infrared light as per the method of Dr. W in Germany...

Don't know if my experience would be helpful to anyone who has a full blown infection. I did most of the series & felt a bit weird for a week or so. Nothing serious - just a bit of a malaise & some lung irritation. It passed - no big, dramatic thing...

It may help someone who has a more serious condition. I wasn't really convinced it was a big issue for me. I don't recall ever being ill with mycoplasma pneumonia. I was tested by Dr. Garth Nicholson's lab (for the Gulf War Syndrome type of mycoplasmas) awhile back & had another mycoplasma test a few years ago & they were both negative.

Deseret Bio seems like a good company & I've known others who had success with their remedies. Mainly through applying the remedy with infrared light as per the Dr. W technique. Some people may remember that whole discussion...

I think it would be worthwhile to try it. Homeopathic remedies are subtle in some cases. They work on a different level than drugs.

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I took 4 boxes of the mycoplasma, and my lab tests showed my numbers have dropped. At the beginning I did have symptoms, but I also tend to be pretty sensitive. I would say this definitely helped me, and seemed to work better than the antibiotics in getting rid of it.
good luck!

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These comments are helpful. I just started the remedy yesterday. Tired today (I was at first with the bart remedy, I'm pretty sensitive to homeopathics) and in a lot of pain.

I shouldn't "herx" with myco treatment, should I?

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You should herx with almost any effective treatment.

All treatment protocols that I am familiar with show that myco herxing is the norm....

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